The FIA has confirmed its Hypercar class will swell to 19 entries for the 2024 World Endurance Championship season.
Mick Schumacher will be part of Alpine’s six-man driver line-up for its entry into the World Endurance Championship’s Hypercar class next year.
Nyck de Vries will replace Jose Maria Lopez in Toyota’s WEC Hypercar line-up next year. The manufacturer is also placing Ritomo Miyata in Formula 2.
Toyota’s trio of Sebastien Buemi, Brendon Hartley and Ryo Hirakawa won the Eight Hours of Bahrain to secure back-to-back WEC titles.
Brendon Hartley qualified half a second quicker than Kamui Kobayashi to put the number eight Toyota one step closer to the Hypercar WEC title.
Seven-times Moto GP world champion and current BMW GT racer Valentino Rossi will participate in this weekend’s WEC rookie test in Bahrain.
Aston Martin have announced in 2025 they will enter their Valkyrie hypercar into the top class of the World Endurance Championship.
World Endurance Championship title holder and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Ryo Hirakawa has joined McLaren’s driver development programme.
Former F1 racer and 2022 Formula E world champion Stoffel Vandoorne will join Peugeot’s hypercar effort for the next WEC season.
Toyota survived a messy start to the Six Hours of Fuji to chase down Porsche Penske and take a home one-two finish in Japan.
Toyota took a home pole for the Six Hours of Fuji thanks to Kamui Kobayashi in the number seven ahead of its sister car.
Ferrari will celebrate their 2023 Le Mans 24 Hours victory with a special livery for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, their home F1 race.
Ferrari issued a veiled criticism of the World Endurance Championship’s latest Balance of Performance adjustment following their defeat in yesterday’s Six Hours of Monza.
After a disappointing loss at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Toyota got back to its winning ways and spoiled Ferrari’s homecoming at the Six Hours of Monza.
Toyota struck back against Ferrari in qualifying for the Six Hours of Monza, claiming pole position by just 17 thousandths of a second.
The performance of Ferrari’s Hypercar will be pegged back for the next round of the World Endurance Championship following its victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
The team which will field BMW’s entry in next year’s World Endurance Championship has completed its first test run with the M Hybrid V8 LMDh.
Jenson Button, the 2009 Formula 1 world champion, is looking at making a full-time return to racing next year.
Ferrari marked its victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours with a parade for its victorious team from its factory through its home town Maranello.
Toyota chairman Akio Toyoda criticised changes to the World Endurance Championship’s Balance of Performance before last week’s Le Mans 24 Hours.